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Chapter 3: Taxonomy, Page 1
... 6 (usually), or 4, or 4-9 (rarely, when spiral); free, or joined; 2 whorled (usually 3+3, occasionally 2+2), or 1 whorled (rarely); isomerous (but the two whorls usually more or less dissimilar); sepaloid, or petaloid, or sepaloid and petaloid; when biseriate, usually different in the two whorls; usually ...
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Sphenophytess
... are a group of spore plants with articulated axes and leaves standing in whorls. Fructifications typically consist of strobili. Sphenophytes were widespread in the Carboniferous and Early Permian ... plants with articulated axes and wedge-shaped leaves which are positioned in whorls, inserted at the nodes. Leaf whorls usually hold six leaves. The genus Sphenophyllum was originally established for ...
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Daffodil Classification Definitions
... corona straight and narrow. Some exceptions exist. Division 7 - Jonquilla Usually several flower heads to a stem, flowers usually fragrant, stem is round in cross-section and foliage is often ... segments; the corona segments usually in two whorls of three b) Papillon Daffodils Split-corona daffodils with the corona segments alternate to the perianth segments; the corona segments usually in a single ...
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Angiosperm Families - Aizoaceae Rudolphi
... Xerophytic. Leaves minute to medium-sized; alternate, or opposite (or in false whorls); often terete; fleshy; imbricate to not imbricate; shortly petiolate to sessile; when opposite ... Sieve-tube plastids P-type; type III (a). Reproductive type, pollination. Plants hermaphrodite (usually), or monoecious (rarely), or dioecious (rarely). Pollination entomophilous (diurnal). Inflorescence, floral, fruit ...
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Angiosperm Families - Alismataceae Vent.
... many). Androecial members branched (usually, e.g. Alisma having three stamen pairs, while forms with numerous stamens have them seemingly spiralled, but actually reflecting whorls of trunk bundles), or unbranched ... perianth; free of one another (usually, ostensibly), or coherent (in pairs, or in anatomically determinable bundles); 1–20 whorled (i.e., to ‘many’ whorls). The androecial bundles (or ...
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Native Frangipani
... reasonably wet (annual rainfall approx. 500-600 mm, most of which falls in winter), but usually, very dry from October to June. Summer periods can be extremely hot, in excess of ... cultivation it is usually only a small, very slender and upright tree up to 10 m high. Bark is grey and roughish, and the branches are sparse, radiating in whorls from the ...
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October Best Time to Plant Lilies
... " because the species from which they were derived originated in Asia. They are cold-hardy, usually flower in July, have the broadest range of colours of any group of lilies, and ... and whorled leaves. They are also called "wheel" lilies because their leaves are placed in whorls and wheels around the stem. The flowers themselves are small, down-facing, and almost waxy ...
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Salvia
... or Texas Sage (Salvia coccinea): Scarlet sage has bright red flowers in whorls on 10-inch spikes. It is hardy in Zone 9 and ... coast, and even there may die in some winters. It is usually grown as an annual because of its speed and ease of ... Pink Sundae has rose pink flowers. Perennial Salvias: The following salvias are usually grown as perennials. Most are hardy and will grow well throughout South ...
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Species Rhododendron
... large-leaved species. Azaleas are among the elepidotes even though they usually have small leaves. There are about 747 species in the genus ... by a number of characteristics including the fact that it is usually deeper pink in color and with a strong cinnamon to clove ... deciduous Korean species. It has soft green leaves that grow in whorls around the stem and turn yellow, orange and crimson in the ...
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Eriogonum heracleoides... Parsnipflower Buckwheat
... ; involucre lobes at least half as long as tube, generally reflexed or spreading Leaves: in whorls; usually less than 1 cm wide, at least 3 times as long as broad; linear to ...
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